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Mar 25 1964 (HC)

T.S. Kaushal Vs. the State of Punjab and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1965P& H455

..... for rs. 595 to cover one months salary in lieu of notice. the authorities instead of taking a humane and favourable view adopted stiff attitude and started forcing the petitioner to join his duties in district lahaul and spiti. they also threatened to prosecute him under s. 5(b) of east punjab essential service (maintenance) act, 1947 and s. 142(a) of defence ..... ) realising that, legally it may not be easy for the petitioner to insist on having his resignation accepted through writ proceedings, because of the provisions of the east punjab essential services (maintenance) act, 1947 and the defence of india rules, has been constrained not to press the challenge to the impugned order of transfer on other ground of its manifest illegality. he ..... was being transferred to lahaul-spiti, a far flung non-family station. he thereupon submitted another application to the director of health service, punjab, and also forwarded copies thereof to the chief minister and the health minister, punjab, stating the circumstances requiring his presence at a station where he could attend to his wife. his father aged 70 years also required the ..... july, 1958 as an assistant surgeon (non-gazetted) in rural dispensary, sohangarh, dist. ferozepore. on 6th february, 1960, he was transferred to rural health centre, bhadson, district patiala in punjab civil medical services (p. c. m. s. ) class ii. his appointment was purely temporary and his services could be terminated on one months notice by either side. on 23rd .....

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Nov 25 1993 (HC)

Justice S.T. Ramalingam Vs. State of Tamil Nadu and Another

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR1994Mad252; (1994)IMLJ260

..... in 1986, and which we are inclined to assume, will continue to apply for the reason that the rules framed under the tamil nadu payment of salaries act, 1951 for the medical attendance bills of the ministers and others, if applied to them, appear to deny what they must legitimately get in terms of the said rules. application of the rules that reduce ..... hospitals under the provisions of the all india (medical attendance) rules, 1954. in tamil nadu, however, under the tamil nadu payment of salaries act, 1951 as regards the salary and other allowances of ministers, rules are framed, which say that a minister, the speaker, the deputy speaker or the parliamentary secretary shall for himself and for the members of his family be entitled to free ..... the delhi and punjab and haryana high courts, in the case of the former, the rules and provisions as applicable to union cabinet ministers are applied and in the case of the latter, the rules and provisions as applicable to the union deputy ministers are applied. 8. exercising, however, the power under section 14 of the tamil nadu payment of salaries act, 1951, read with ..... otherthan delhi and punjab & haryana high courts, the rules and provisions as applicable to a cabinet minister of the state government in which the principal seat of the high court is situated shall apply.'we have also seen that a set of rules have been in existence in tamil nadu, which were/are framed under the tamil nadu payment of salaries act (xx of .....

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Aug 27 2014 (SC)

Manoj Narula Vs. Union of India

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... for any period of six consecutive months is not a member of either house of parliament shall at the expiration of that period cease to be a minister. (6) the salaries and allowances of ministers shall be such as parliament may from time to time by law determine and, until parliament so determines, shall be as specified in the second schedule. from ..... be giving apposite advice to the president is a legitimate constitutional expectation, for it is a paramount constitutional concern. in a controlled constitution like ours, the prime minister is expected to act with constitutional responsibility as a consequence of which the cherished values of democracy and established norms of good governance get condignly fructified. the framers of the constitution left ..... . [76]. [77]. b.r. kapur v. state of tamil nadu, (2001) 7 scc231[78]. [79]. b.p. singhal v. union of india, (2010) 6 scc331[80]. [81]. state of punjab v. salil sabhlok, (2013) 5 scc1[82]. [83].8. disqualification on conviction for certain offences. (1) a person convicted of an offence punishable under (a) section 153-a (offence of ..... taking recourse to this doctrine for the purpose of advancing constitutional culture, can a court read a disqualification to the already expressed disqualifications provided under the constitution and the 1951 act. the answer has to be in the inevitable negative, for there are express provisions stating the disqualifications and second, it would tantamount to crossing the boundaries of judicial review. .....

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Apr 01 1964 (SC)

Gurdev Singh Sidhu Vs. State of Punjab and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1964SC1585; [1965(10)FLR231]; (1965)ILLJ323SC; [1964]7SCR587

..... the state. later, the petitioner was confirmed in the rank on the occurrence of a regular vacancy after he had undergone practical district training courses in the punjab in 1947. on the formation of patiala and east punjab states union on the 20th august, 1948, the petitioner was integrated in pepsu police service. in due course, he was promoted to officiate as superintendent ..... be given a reasonable opportunity to show cause against the proposed action under the rule. no gazetted government servants shall, however, be retired without the approval of the council of ministers. in all cases of compulsory retirement of gazetted government servants belonging to the state services, the public service commission shall be consulted. in the case of non-gazetted government ..... of the railway rules. these rules authorised the termination of services of the railway employees concerned by serving them with a notice for the requisite period of paying them their salary for the said period in lieu of notice. dealing with the question about the validity of the said rules, the majority judgment observed that a person who substantively holds ..... state of pepsu. 3. on the 25th march, 1963, respondent no. 2 s. gurdial singh, inspector general of police & joint secretary to the government of punjab, issued a notice against the petitioner purporting to act under the second proviso to article 9.1 of the pepsu services regulations to show cause why he should not be compulsorily retired. the petitioner alleges .....

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Feb 18 1992 (SC)

Shri Kihota Hollohon Vs. Mr. Zachilhu and Others

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1993SC412,JT1992(1)SC600,1992(1)SCALE338,1992Supp(2)SCC651,[1992]1SCR686

..... not be popular with the party whips.the second complication is caused by a special aspect of parliamentary conduct which not frequently transcends party lines. members, who are neither ministers nor front-bench opposition spokesmen, do regard as an important part of their function the general scrutiny of governmental activity. this is particularly the role of select committees which ..... out of 210 defecting legislators of the states of bihar, haryana, madhya pradesh, punjab, rajasthan, uttar pradesh and west bengal, 116 were included in the council of ministers which they helped to bring into being by defections. the other disturbing features of this phenomenon were: multiple acts of defections by the same person or set of persons (haryana affording a conspicuous ..... of one year or till such time as he resigned his seat and got himself re-elected from appointment to the office of a minister including deputy minister or speaker or deputy speaker, or any post carrying salaries or allowances to be paid from the consolidated fund of india or of the state or from the funds of government undertakings in public ..... the medieval 'high court of parliament' in england, that a judicial power also devolved upon our parliament through the constituent assembly, mentioned in section 8 of the indian independence act of 1947. as already indicated by me, the constituent assembly was invested with law making and not judicial powers. whatever judicial power may have been possessed once by english kings, .....

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Mar 19 1958 (SC)

Express Newspapers (Private) Ltd. and anr. Vs. the Union of India (Uoi ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1958SC578; (1961)ILLJ339SC; (1964)ILLJ9SC; [1959]1SCR12

..... gratuity, hours of work and leave which other persons in similar or comparable employment had not got and in providing for the fixation of their salaries without following the normal procedure envisaged in the industrial disputes act, 1947. the following propositions are advanced :- 1. in selecting the press industry employers from all industrial employers governed by the ordinary law regulating industrial ..... the state of delhi : 1950crilj1525 was the next case which came up for decision before this court and it concerned the constitutionality of section 7(i)(c) of the east punjab public safety act, 1949. it was a provision for the imposition of pre-censorship on a journal. patanjali sastri j. (as he then was) who delivered the majority judgment observed at ..... has to consider the question from the point of view of policy and expediency, it cannot be said that it is under a duty at any stage to act judicially : compare franklin v. minister of town and country planning.' [1948] a.c. 87. 171. it is strenuously urged before us by learned counsel for the petitioners that if the functions ..... a fairly large body consisting of an equal number of representatives of employers and workers with a few independent members including the chairman. although appointments are made by the minister, the representatives of employers and workers are appointed on the recommendation of the associations concerned. the trade board publishes a notice announcing its tentative proposals for the fixation or .....

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Jul 17 1951 (HC)

Shyam Krishen Vs. the State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1952P& H70

..... , jj., in civil misc. no. 526 of 1950 decided on the 22nd march, 1951, in which it was held that an order, passed in that case under the east punjab evacuees' (administration of property) act 1947, which had become final before the inauguration of the republic and coming into force of the constitution, could not be challenged by way of a writ under article ..... no. 270 of 1950 relates to an order passed in december 1947, by the deputy commissioner, karnal, under section 2 of the punjab requisitioning of immovable property (temporary powers) act, 1947, and the other cases relate to orders passed under the east punjab requisitioning of immovable property (temporary powers) act, 1948, which superseded and repealed the act of 1947 in november 1948. all of the applications are filed under ..... was something separate and distinct from acquisition and was 'ultra vires.' in doing so he followed the reasoning in the judgment delivered by latham, c. j., in the case of 'minister of state army v. dalziel', a case decided by the high court of australia and reported in (1944) 68 com-w-l r 261. there in exercise of powers conferred ..... with in the articles immediately preceding nos. 225 and 330. article 220 deals with the prohibition of practising: in courts or before any authority by judges. article 221 deals with salaries etc., of judges. article 222 deals with the transfer of a judge from one high court to another. article 223 deals with appointment of .....

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Dec 19 1997 (SC)

Malpe Vishwanath Acharya and ors. Vs. State of Maharashtra and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1998SC602; 1998(1)ALLMR(SC)517; (1998)2GLR1364; JT1997(10)SC311; 1998(1)KLT481(SC); (1998)IIMLJ66(SC); RLW1999(2)SC254; 1997(7)SCALE786; (1998)2SCC1; [1997]Supp6SCR717;

..... present case. in sant lal's case a two judge bench of this court was called upon to consider the validity of section 4 of east punjab urban rent restriction act. 1949, which intra alia, provided that in determining the fair rent the rent controller shall fix the basic rent by taking into consideration the ..... as if the government does not take remedial measures to try and off set the effects of inflation. in order to provide fair wage to the salaried employees the government provides for payment of dearness and other allowances from time to time. surprisingly this principle is lost sight of while providing for increase ..... by way of rent, without taking into consideration any deduction for repair. that assistant in 1997, after the report of 5th pay commission, would get a maximum basic salary of rs. 9000 + 30% h.r.a. + rs. 200 p.m. as cca making the total emoluments of rs. 11900 - p.m. after taking ..... same premises instead of rs. 100 which he was paying in 1948. this enhanced rent, would, however, represent only 0.9% of his salary. with the passage of time, the percentage of rent which would be paid by that hypothetical tenant would have gone down from 20% of his total ..... provisions relating to the fixation of standard rent were valid when the bombay rent act was passed in 1947 the said provision, as amended, can still be regarded as valid now?16. reports of different committees and resolutions of the ministers have been placed on record in an effort to show that these official agencies .....

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Feb 16 1984 (SC)

R.S. Nayak Vs. A.R. Antulay

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1984SC684; AIR1984SC991; (1984)86BOMLR365; 1984CriLJ613; 1984CriLJ819; 1984(1)Crimes568(SC); 1984(1)Crimes926(SC); 1984(1)SCALE198; 1984(1)SCALE583; (1984)2SCC183; (1984

..... of 5 years subject to other conditions prescribed in the section. there is a similar act which makes provision's for salaries and allowances of the ministers of maharashtra state.57. undoubtedly, m.l.a. receives a salary and allowances in his capacity as m.l.a. does it make him a person in ..... from april 1, 1968. a charge-sheet was submitted against him for having committed an offence under section 5(2) of the prevention of corruption act, 1947 during the period march 29, 1965 to march 16, 1967. a contention was raised on behalf of the accused that the court could not ..... his application dated september 1, 1981 requesting him to grant sanction to prosecute the accused as required by section 6 of the prevention of corruption. act, 1947 ('1947 act' for short) for various offences alleged to have been committed by the accused and neatly set out in the application. complainant then filed the first ..... 'a hyphen which joins, a buckle which fastens the legislative part of the state to the executive part'. in shamsher singh and anr. v. state of punjab : (1974)iillj465sc , a seven judges bench unanimously overruled the decision in sardari lal v. union of india and ors. : (1971)illj315sc and held that ..... or otiose. a visionary can foresee possible changes which may be inter-connected with the present situation one leading to the other. but the east india company rule which had just ended in 1857 after the first war of independence, it was difficult to divine the possible revolutionary changes that .....

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Dec 12 1996 (HC)

M/S. Colcom Plastic Ltd. and Others Vs. Union of India and Others

Court : Delhi

Reported in : (1997)ILLJ1230Del

..... the workmen mentioned in list no. ii are entitled to get retrenchment compensation under section 25f, read with section 25ff of the industrial disputes act, 1947 if so, what amount of money are they entitled to 4. whether the undertaking or the business of messrs. river steam navigation company ..... had unauthorisedly absented themselves for 4 months and did not pay heed to the advise of the management, labour department and the labour minister and have voluntarily abandoned their service on their own accord of which the workmen have been duly informed and thereforee, the management has ..... the appropriate government cannot purport to reach final conclusions, for that again would be the province of industrial tribunal. the decision of the supreme court in punjab land development and reclamation corporation ltd. v. presiding officer, labour court, chandigarh and others : (1990)iillj70sc , where the main question was regarding ..... new delhi with one of the units at 240, okhla industrial estate and other establishments at various places in delhi, amongst others at 6, community centre, east of kailash, new delhi, shed no. a-7, okhla industrial area, phase-i, plot no. 5, sector no. 6, r. k. puram ..... have been retrenched within the meaning of section 2(oo) of the act without prior permission of the appropriate government as required by section 25-n of the act. thereforee, they are entitled to all the benefits including salary and thus recovery certificates under section 33-c(1) could be initiated .....

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